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Old 04-09-2020, 03:31 PM   #1
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Cool Looking ahead to better times at the Newmar International in Rock Springs

We are looking to forward to a brighter future when we can all get out of the house, burn some fuel and travel again.
We know the registration has been pushed out but lets stay hopeful it will happen.
We are looking forward to our first Newmar International Rally and are trying to plan our stops. We are interested in where you like to stay along the way whether you are coming from the North, South, East or West like we are.
How many miles a day do you like to travel and do you drive everyday or stay a few days in certain places.
We can only hope the restrictions are lifted sooner than later.
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We incorporate our planned rallies in our 6 month trip. Usually travel around 300-350 miles a day then stay for a few days to see the area. Last year we hit the Fulltimers and the next week were in Syracuse for the International. Great times! Can't wait to get back on the road.
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Old 04-10-2020, 08:36 AM   #3
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Hopefully the "International" will still be held.
Our first trip to that part of the country. Looking forward to it.
We have our trip preliminarily planned out on "Trip Wizard", by way of a Service Center trip to Napanee for a couple of days!
Going to stay positive and think things will be much better by May!
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Yes we were looking forward to attending International this year, will/would also be our first. Hope it still is a go. We have a plan to continue east after the rally is over to visit VA, NC, SC, GA, FL, LA ending up in Yuma AZ for whatever is left of the winter.

We normally plan to travel between the hours of 9AM to 3PM daily, stopping for the weekends in a place of interest. Always spend the night in some type of campground. The plan is made will have to see if it is executed!
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